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-------------------- Mexico town split over Central American drifters --------------------
Migrants fall prey to kidnappers and worse while the Mexican government does little to protect them, rights groups say. But others say the migrants are forming criminal bands and should be deported.
By Tracy Wilkinson
October 15 2009
Reporting from Tultitlan, Mexico -- Gathered below an overpass on Independence Avenue, dressed in the multiple layers typical of homeless travelers, the migrants watched for the next northbound freight train through Tultitlan.
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